Welcome back! Thanks for the great response for Part I
of the "Flight of the Bumblebee." I'm really glad you like it -- I transcribed it to guitar my own way. I don't like to rely on tab; it is very important to take a piece in notation from any instrument and bring it over to guitar. Doing this is beneficial for reading music, mastering the neck, technique, arranging, and more. Now that you have Part I completed, lets move on.
You will notice the main Bumblebee theme moves up a 4th. Originally it was based off the fifth string starting at bar 7 and then moved up to the fourth string in bar 14. In Part II, the main theme continues up a 4th repeating an almost identical phrase that started from bar 7. Bar 22 starts the next phrase and also moves up a 4th, repeating the same exact pattern. The main theme moves up an octave, and the 4th movement continues throughout to the end of the piece. This section makes a great picking exercise, as does the whole piece. You might want to follow the fingerings I provided.
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